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5 Tips to Select the Perfect Marketing Agency Partner Source: Website Magazine

Swipe left, swipe right—if it were only that simple. It takes time to find the right partner in our personal lives, but often people don’t put the same thought process…

First Nation looks to self-govern after budget fails to address housing crisis – The Loop

The chief of a First Nations community in northern Manitoba is calling for self-governance as a way of tackling its on-reserve housing crisis after the federal budget did not include…

Letter: Federal water and federal land – The News

March 21, 2019 Honorable Catherine McKenna, the legislation you introduced, Bill C-69, which has passed the House of Commons and is currently with the Canadian Senate, contains important new measures…

Reconciliation Kenora to hold strategic planning sessions – Daily Miner and News

March 21, 2019 What’s the best way to work toward reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Kenora? Ahze-mino- gahbewewin — Reconciliation Kenora want to know what you think —…

New cyberinfrastructure opens doors to Arctic data warehoused across the country – U Calgary Today

There is a treasure trove of invaluable Arctic data and Inuit Knowledge in Canada which has been painstakingly collected over decades. However, much of this information is difficult to access…

Saskatchewan judge dismisses land use charges against protest group founder – MooseJawToday.com

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A judge has dismissed charges against one of the founders of the Indigenous Idle No More protest movement who was accused of living illegally on Saskatchewan…

Indigenous communities embrace electronic voting to elect tribal leader – CBC

7 northern communities can vote by telephone, internet or ballot Mar 21, 2019 Some Indigenous voters will use their smartphones or landline telephones to elect a new tribal chief in northern…

Improved benefits, bereavement leave in new contract for Manitoulin hotel workers – Benefits Canada

March 21, 2019 Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre employees will see a 55 per cent increase in their health benefits reimbursement amount and an additional day of bereavement as part of…

Indigenous affairs to receive 4.7% funding hike in 2019-20 – StarPhoenix

Weeks after teasing a “maintain and sustain” budget, Finance Minister Donna Harpauer on Wednesday tabled a budget that included a funding increase of almost five per cent for Indigenous communities,…

Opinion – New dollars, sure, but same political game – NetNewsLedger

March 21, 2019 WINNIPEG – OPINION – In November 2005, in the waning days of a Paul Martin-led Liberal federal government, the Kelowna Accord was forged. It was the result…

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